Question : Quantityof Soda Marginal Utility of Soda Quantityof Pizza Marginal Utility
Quantityof Soda Marginal Utility of Soda Quantityof Pizza Marginal Utility of Pizza
1 50 1 100
2 25 2 80
3 0 3 60
4 -25 4 40
After consuming what quantity of soda does the consumer in Table 4.3 experience diminishing marginal utility?
Q44. If the price elasticity of demand is 0.5, a 10 percent increase in the price will cause
a. the quantity demanded to decrease by 20 percent.
b. the quantity demanded to decrease by 50 percent.
c. the quantity demanded to increase by 50 percent.
d. the quantity demanded to decrease by 5 percent.
Q45. Which one of the following would make the demand for satellite subscription TV relatively less elastic?
a. The cost of administering the satellite service is lowered.
b. Cable TV service becomes less widely available.
c. Other networks of wireless entertainment become more widely available.
d. The cost of transmitting satellite signals is lowered.
Q46. A price increase will cause a relatively large drop in quantity demanded when
a. demand is perfectly inelastic.
b. the price elasticity of demand is 0.
c. there is very little time allowed for consumers to react.
d. the consumer has easy access to a number of substitute goods.
Q47. Table 4.6
Price Quantity Demanded
$ 8 150
According to the data in Table 4.6, what is the elasticity of demand between a price of $20 and a price of $16?
Q48. Price elasticity of demand is the responsiveness
a. of the quantity demanded to changes in supply.
b. of the quantity demanded to changes in income.
c. of the quantity demanded to changes in price.
d. of the quantity demanded to changes in quantity.
Q49. Everyone who views the latest adventure movie in theaters will derive the same utility from seeing it.
Q50. The law of diminishing marginal utility asserts that total utility becomes negative when marginal utility begins to diminish.